Romney vs. Obama: The Accomplishment Videos [Poll & Videos]

As the general election is set and the two presidential candidates square themselves into their positions the vote public wants to hear what each has done, what each has accomplished. Here are their views of what they’ve achieved and what they will bring to the presidency.

In the spirit of fairness and since President Obama has provided longer production videos, three of Mitt Romney’s videos are shown here, 2 touting his achievements and 1 political ad against the President to compare with the Obama campaign’s message. After watching take the polls at the end and share your impressions.

6 Comments to “Romney vs. Obama: The Accomplishment Videos [Poll & Videos]”

  1. Upon entering office in the middle of a fiscal year, Romney faced an immediate $650 million shortfall and a projected $3 billion deficit for the next year. Unexpected revenue of $1.0–1.3 billion from a previously enacted capital gains tax increase and $500 million in unanticipated federal grants decreased the deficit to $1.2–1.5 billion. Through a combination of spending cuts, increased fees, and removal of corporate tax loopholes, the state ran surpluses of around $600–700 million for the last two full fiscal years Romney was in office, although it began running deficits again after that.

    Romney supported raising various fees by more than $300 million, including those for driver’s licenses, marriage licenses, and gun licenses. He increased a special gasoline retailer fee by two cents per gallon, generating about $60 million per year in additional revenue. (Opponents said the reliance on fees sometimes imposed a hardship on those who could least afford them.) Romney also closed tax loopholes that brought in another $181 million from businesses over the next two years and over $300 million for his term. Romney did so from a sense of rectitude and in the face of conservative and corporate critics that considered them tax increases.


  2. Reblogged this on GoodOleWoody's Blog and Website and commented:
    The campaign…from the right AND the left!

  3. When Barack Hussein Obama was elected president, I wondered how many other students of Black Achievement thought of him as the Jackie Robinson of U.S. Presidents as I did. Read blog,

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